CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
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Sleepless in Miami 

Horatio finds a confused, disoriented man in the Everglades next to a buried severed head, and soon discovers that the man may have committed the crime while in a dream-like trance.



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Episode cast overview:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Jason Kreeger
Elena Manus
Stacy Garrett
Peter Truitt
Brandon Garrett
Fresh-Faced Lawyer


Year-long rehabilitated junkie Jason Kreeger reports a dream involving a murder on himself, only to find himself the first suspect standing over the a corpse in the Everglades, which he recognizes from another nightmare. Fancy forensics identify it as Brandon Garrett, from whom Stacy Garrett was divorcing, while committing adultery with devoted spa collaborator Peter Truitt. A weird link is 'psychic healer' Elena Manus. Natalia, who sabotaged Delco's interrogations by verbally abusing Keeger, volunteers to go undercover, at her peril. Written by KGF Vissers

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31 October 2010 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Nasty Hallucinatory Trips
8 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

CSI writers enjoy presenting us with some wild stories and, boy, this one might be the wildest. I guarantee you one thing: the opening segment is the craziest you've probably ever seen on CSI. It's a like an LSD experiment gone bad. It's hallucinatory, to say the least.....and a very bad dream-like sequence.

Anyway, a man is cut up into four pieces: head, two hands and the rest of the body and discovered in various areas. The main suspect. "Jason Kreeger," leads Horatio and the gang to each spot but really has no idea what is going on. "Natalia" isn't buying it. She thinks this is "a dream defense" similar to the one her "ex" tried on her. Is she right? Well, no she isn't and how that plays out is pretty far out, from femme fatales, to boyfriends to psychic healers....most of the characters in this wacked-out story are just fact....but it makes for an interesting episode. Even Natalie winds up taking a bad trip.

I give this high marks for entertainment, not for realism.

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